Choosing Morality

“Morality may consist solely in the courage of making a choice.” Leon Blum

This issue of choice is an interesting one in its elusiveness. What actually do we choose, and when do we choose it? Or more to the point, do we actually choose anything? Any discussion of morality compels an examination of these critical questions.

The Will: Free or Not?

Our Role within Nature

“When the individual wills to co-operate harmoniously with the Will that governs the Universe, then that Will co-operates with him and puts at his disposal Its own infinite energies. In the Laws that rule the Cosmos man discovers the laws which should regulate his own actions.”

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